The Green Bay Packers and Buffalo Bills are one of the early games on CBS in week 2. The game will only be shown in a select few markets. A full television coverage map of day and evening games via Fox and CBS can be found HERE.
The Green Bay Packers will play the Buffalo Bills during the day games on September 19, 2010. Announced by the CBS announcing team of Spero Dedes and Randy Cross, only a select few markets will see the game as most areas will broadcast Miami at Minnesota or Pittsburgh at Tennessee.
Most of New York, Wisconsin and Upper Peninsula Michigan along with parts of Lower Peninsula Michigan, Iowa, Illinois, and other parts of the Northeast outside of the New York borders are potential areas where the Buffalo and Green Bay game will be broadcast. There is also a random market above Sacramento, California who will be treated to the Buffalo Bills and Green Bay Packers. Everywhere else from Montana and New Mexico on west is getting the Miami Dolphins at Minnesota Vikings telecast, so I’m uncertain of why the Bills and Packers will be played in this California market unless it’s due to an Aaron Rodgers influence.
If you’re in one of these markets, you’re encouraged to check the television coverage map that’s given at the beginning of this article. This will prepare you if you won’t have the game available in your area and need to make arrangements to see the game.
Enjoy the game!
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Television Coverage Map from the506.com. September 14, 2010.